Big Train was a surreal British television comedy sketch show created by Arthur Mathews and Graham Linehan, writers of the successful sitcom Father Ted.
Following in the tradition of Monty Python, the comedy of Big Train is based on the subversion of ordinary situations by the surreal or macabre.
Its stars included Kevin Eldon, Mark Heap, and Simon Pegg in both series one and two, with Julia Davis, and Amelia Bullmore in the first series, and Rebecca Front, Tracy-Ann Oberman and Catherine Tate in the second series.
Flamenco dancers are used to defuse car bombs and a tortoise speaks fluent French.
A tale of love involving a potato and the first television screening of a classic.
Dracula and the Werewolf discuss co-worker the Mummy and Beefeaters riot on the streets.
A babysitter gets more than she bargained for when she looks after Dame Margot Fontaine.
Budding writer Adolf Hitler takes his first book to the publisher.